Windows 9 will be launching tonight, and ITProPortal is going to be on hand bringing you minute by minute coverage. But what should you expect from the new Microsoft operating system?
Work devices are being used for personal needs, including installing personal apps and even P2P file sharing, which carries obvious security risks.
At 18:00 BST tonight, Microsoft will lift the lid on Windows 9 as a "technical preview." There's a lot of pressure on the event after Windows 8's mixed reception, and we'll be covering it all LIVE.
NEUROTiQ is a piece of headgear, designed by technology firm Sensoree, that monitors the wearer’s neural activity and displays various colours based on their state of mind.
There’s no upfront payment, or maintenance contracts to tie you in, with plenty of flexibility offered across three different tiers of service.
Apple has released a patch designed to neutralise the gaping vulnerability known as "Shellshock", an exploit in many Unix-based computers' shells that allows attackers to gain complete control.
Cupertino’s smartwatch will be displayed at concept store Colette for today only, if you happen to be in Paris right now…
Google is trying to grow its budding operating system platform, continually updating and enhancing features. Customers can now work in certain environments offline, for instance.
Apple has finally got its new smartphones approved by Chinese regulators, after addressing concerns that some software on board represented a risk to users’ privacy.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has urged the public sector to work together to solve the ever-growing problem of fraudulent email.